Where The Streets Have No Name (track) by U2
Where The Streets Have No Name appears on the following album(s) by U2:
- The Joshua Tree (track #1) (this album) (1987)
- U218 Singles (track #9) (compilation) (2006)
- Zoo TV Live (track #17) (2006)
- U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle, Ireland (track #14) (2007)
- Hasta La Vista Baby! U2 Live From Mexico City (track #9) (2000)
- U22: A 22 Track Live Collection From U2360 (track #18) (2012)
- Please: PopHeart Live EP (track #2) (1997)
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The greatest guitar intro ever? There is no words to describe how it feels when you hear it.
Best live track ever
The Edge has done magic here.
One of their best songs
Often gets me in the mood for a different kind of album. That revelatory intro is beyond gorgeous! Fortunately the rest of the song is just as lofty.
Best way to open an album
A great opening. The track that defines the album.